Air Sample Clauses

Air. Until Substantial Completion of Project 4, Contractor shall provide instrument air for testing and operation and compressed air suitable for construction, testing and drying and any other purposes required in connection with performance of the Work. Contractor is able to use permanent instrument air system to support pre-commissioning and commissioning as required. However, such use shall not interfere with the operation of the facility. Execution Copy Phase 3
Air. This Lease does not grant any legal rights tolight and airoutside of the Premises nor to any particular view or cityscape visible from the Premises.
Air. Lessor shall provide ductable split air conditioning with a CONDITIONING capacity of 204 tons for 24 hours to the Leased Premises as per the requirement of the Lessee. Lessee shall pay the electricity consumption charges for the AC. Lessor shall also provide the internal distribution of AC through AHUS, with Grills and False ceiling (Xxxxxxxxx make).
Air. The generation of offensive odor, smoke, dust, and noise is managed to minimise the impact on neighbouring properties.
Air. The installation or modification of large emission units at Xxxxxxxx'x Fourth Avenue Site is currently subject to PSD regulations. To avoid PSD review, a facility may accept a "synthetic minor limit", which restricts the new or modified unit’s emissions below applicable major source or modification threshold levels. Xxxxxxxx'x Fourth Avenue Site is currently subject to 8 different VOC synthetic minor limits. Under this project Xxxxxxxx has requested relief from specific current synthetic minor limits at the Fourth Avenue Site. As a result, EPA plans to propose and promulgate (subject to public review and comment) a site-specific regulation that would revise 40 CFR 52.21 (r)(4) and 40 CFR 52.21 (b)(3)(ii)(a) as to Xxxxxxxx. This regulation would enable MPCA to issue a permit that eliminates specific synthetic minor air emission limits on VOCs that apply to the Fourth Avenue Site, so long as certain conditions described in the rule are satisfied. In order to release Xxxxxxxx from exiting synthetic minor limits on PM/PM10, Andersen must receive a PSD permit as required by 40 CFR 52.21 (r)(4). The Minnesota XL permit must meet the applicable PSD requirements for all milling equipment, and the permit must be issued pursuant to the requirements in 40 CFR 52.21. The MPCA has been delegated the authority to issue PSD permits in the State of Minnesota subject to administrative review before the EPA’s Environmental Appeals Board. In order to streamline certain Title V and minor NSR permit modification requirements, the permit will pre-authorize certain types of changes. Generally, the permit will include sufficiently detailed descriptions of the preauthorized changes for compliance purposes and to give the public sufficient notice of the types of changes that will be authorized. The descriptions will also identify all applicable requirements that would apply to the proposed change, including requirements for periodic monitoring and recordkeeping. The permit will also allow Andersen to modify or add VOC units and modify or add non- milling PM/PM10 units as long as the Bayport Facility VOC and PM/PM10 emissions remain below the caps established in the permit. The permit will allow Andersen to install additional milling equipment as long as that equipment is exhausted through baghouse filters, and emissions meet PSD requirements to the extent applicable. The PSD analysis will be completed assuming a specified future milling capacity based on airflow. Assumptions will n...
Air. Except to the extent otherwise expressly set forth herein, this Lease does not grant any legal rights tolight and air” outside the Premises, nor any particular view or cityscape visible from the Premises.
Air. (i) non-recurring charges for non-cash compensation in accordance with FASB 123 (R) in the aggregate amount of $150,000 for the six months ended June 30, 2007; and
Air. During calendar year 2002, the National Academy of Sciences (the Academy) undertook a study at EPA’s request to assist EPA in considering possible future regulation of air emissions from animal feeding operations. The Academy’s study identified a need for more research and better information, but also recommended implementing without delay technically and economically feasible management practices to decrease emissions. Further, the Borrower’s hog production subsidiaries have accepted EPA’s offer to enter into an administrative consent agreement and order with owners and operators of hog farms and other animal production operations. Under the terms of the consent agreement and order, participating owners and operators agreed to pay a penalty, contribute towards the cost of an air emissions monitoring study and make their farms available for monitoring. In return, participating farms have been given immunity from federal civil enforcement actions alleging violations of air emissions requirements under certain federal statutes, including the Clean Air Act. Pursuant to the Borrower’s consent agreement and order, the Borrower paid a $100,000 penalty to EPA. Premium Standard Farm, Inc.’s (PSF) Texas farms and company-owned farms in North Carolina also agreed to participate in this program. The National Pork Board, of which the Borrower is a member and financial contributor, paid the costs of the air emissions monitoring study on behalf of all hog producers, including us, out of funds collected from its members in previous years. The cost of the study for all hog producers was approximately $6.0 million. Monitoring under the study began in the spring 2007 and ended in the winter 2010. EPA made the data available to the public in January 2011 and also issued a Call for Information seeking additional emissions data to ensure it considers the broadest range of available scientific data as it develops improved methodologies for estimating emissions. EPA will review the data to develop emissions estimating methodologies where site-specific information is unavailable. Although EPA announced in 2010 that it anticipated making the draft emission estimation methodologies available for public comment by animal type, beginning with the methodology for broilers in early 2011, to date it has not done so. The agency anticipates finalizing the methodologies in June 2012 (fiscal 2013). New regulations governing air emissions from animal agriculture operations are likely to emer...
Air. For jet involved in servicing customers during the hunting season, the period from mid-August (date to be determined each year by the Company) to September is not availablefor bid. Notwithstanding each year Management will assess its .operations with respect to this time period. At Management's sole discretion it may make available this time period, or parts thereof to a Flight Crew Exceptions to above may be permitted by the Companyas operational requirementspermit. Flight Crew Members who change base position, cannot disrupt awarded vacations but must bid from remaining available vacation periods. When possible, the Companywill attempt to maintain such Flight Crew Members' scheduled vacation.